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Concepts:Semantic Web

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Web Science is the study of the World Wide Web and its impact on both society and technology, positioning the Web as an object of scientific study unto itself. Web Science recognizes the Web as a transformational, disruptive technology; its practitioners study the Web, its components, facets and characteristics. Ultimately, Web Science is about understanding the Web and anticipating how it might evolve in the future.

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MetPetDB LogoA Database for Metamorphic Petrology (MetPetDB)
Description: MetPetDB is a database for metamorphic petrology that is being designed and built by a global community of metamorphic petrologists in collaboration with computer scientists at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute as part of the National Cyberinfrastructure Initiative and supported by the National Science Foundation.
COSMIC LogoCloud-Oriented Social Media Inference And Counteraction (COSMIC)
Description: COSMIC will combine novel algorithms from sentiment analysis, probabilistic temporal learning of diffusion of messages/opinion in social networks, forecasting and prediction of the reach of messages in social media, and game-theoretic methods to counteract diffusion of messages, into a highly modular, loosely-coupled framework and software platform to address the objectives of DARPA’s Social Media in Strategic Communication (SMISC) Program.
EAGER Project LogoEAGER: Semantic Search (EAGER)
Description: NSF EAGER project to explore advanced semantic technology for data search.
First Responders logoFirst Responders Requirements Metholodology (FirstResponders)
Description: The purpose of this project is to design and prototype a requirements-gathering methodology driven by the first responders community. The methodology will include examining the current state of collecting and synthesizing responder requirements, assessing the effectiveness of that process, evaluating existing candidate platforms for use within this community, and producing a roadmap that can be used by NIST and others to achieve a solution enabling the responder community to more effectively dialogue with key stakeholders. A prototype implementation of the methodology will be developed using the roadmap and will be available for testing and evaluation and requirements gathering.
Health Data Challenge (HealthData)
Description: An infrastructure for large-scale collaboration around aggregation, generation, and publication of health-related Linked Data.
Health on the Web
Description: The Tetherless World Constellation's Health on the Web's primary goal is to explore the next generation web technology needed to improve health.
DCO-DS LogoLinking Open Government Data (LOGD)
Description: The LOGD project investigates the role of Semantic Web technologies, especially Linked Data, in producing, enhancing and utilizing government data published on Data.gov and other websites.
Mobile Health Project LogoMobile Health
Description: The Mobile Health project aims to bring semantic representations of medical data collected from a variety of consumer and medical grade devices and integrate those data on an individual's mobile smartphone. Combined with the reasoning capabilities of semantic web and technologies such as IBM Watson, this project plans to enable personalized health care through the instrumented self.
TW LogoNightingale: Proactive Depression Treatment with Individual Social, Sensory and Virtual Technologies. (Nightingale)
Description: Depression costs! Each year, billions of dollars are wasted and millions of lives are disrupted because depression is complex, access is limited, treatments are one-size-fits-all, and therapies are trial and error. Nightingale aims to develop innovative solutions using social machines, virtual reality, and pervasive sensor technologies. The goals are: (1) predict an upcoming depression based on personalized features and cognitive modeling, (2) intervene using intelligent synthetic characters and augmented realities with telepresence capabilities for therapists, and (3) provide intelligent tools to users to inform themselves about their condition. Nightingale monitors the user using non-invasive cameras and biosensors, web-based weather data and information about the user’s daily activities. Nightingale intervenes with constructive suggestions, a positive environment, or an alert that medical help is needed. Together, these solutions can better target the right treatments for the right patients at the right time.
ORGPedia LogoORGPedia Corporate Intelligence (ORGPedia)
Description: This project is for creating prototypes of linking open corporate data for the ORGPedia project. It will be a portal for integrated disparate datasets about corporations across levels of government and agencies.
Nanomine LogoOntology-Enabled Polymer Nanocomposite Open Community Data Resource (Nanomine)
Description: Our evolving semantics=driven data resource, named NanoMine, is an open access, user friendly, living, growing, data resource for the polymer nanocomposites community that is scalable and enables improved understanding of processing – structure - property relationships and thus facilitates faster nanocomposite design and insertion into advanced applications. By bringing together the data that is scattered throughout the public literature and private files and creating a protocol for recording and tagging data, this resource is an unprecedented compilation of information that is accessible. Tools within the resource allow users to visualize complex data, analyze images from their work, and design new polymer nanocomposites materials. For NanoMine to realize broad community acceptance and address scientific questions at the forefront of technology, it marries cutting edge cyber infrastructure with a robust set of data and tools.
PopSciGrid LogoPopulation Science Grid (PopSciGrid)
Description: The National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) PopSciGrid Community Health Portal is an evolving platform demonstrating how health behavior, policy, and demographic data can be integrated, visualized, and communicated to empower communities and support new avenues of research and policy for cancer prevention and control. As a proof of concept for cyber-enabled population health research, the PopSciGrid Portal is designed to encourage trans-disciplinary collaboration, data harmonization, and development of new computational methods for disparate health related data.
data.rpi.edu Project LogoRensselaer Polytechnic Institute Data Services (Data.rpi.edu)
Description: Providing data storage, data services, data access, data discovery, data search, and data lifecycle and management for RPI research projects.
SeeSaw - A semantic visual computational platform (SeeSaw)
Description: SeeSaw is a semantic, visual, computational platform. The tool mines, sorts, visualizes, and put content into context, helping readers and authors see their community. It adds value to content that is already associated with a publication.
SVF LogoSemantic Vernaculars for Fungi (SVF)
Description: Fungi are typically referred to by either scientific or common names. Neither of these terminologies meets the need for well-defined, persistent definitions of groups of fungi who exhibit similar macroscopic qualities, but may be dissimilar genetically. We propose a community-developed vocabulary that can be used to identify mushrooms based on properties that can be observed in the field (without microscopic or genomic examination). We show how an ontology can be used to develop and organize the terms and definitions and to enable applications based on the vocabulary.
SemantAQUA LogoSemantic Water Quality Portal (SemantAQUA)
Description: We present a semantic technology-based approach to emerging environmental information systems. We used our linked data approach in the Tetherless World Constellation Semantic Water Quality Portal (TWC-SWQP). Our integration scheme uses a core domain ontology and integrates water data from different authoritative sources along with multiple regulation ontologies to enable pollution detection and monitoring. An OWL-based reasoning scheme identifies pollution events relative to user chosen regulations. Our approach also captures and leverages provenance to improve transparency. In addition, semantic water quality portal features provenance-based facet generation, query answering and data validation over the integrated data via SPARQL. We introduce the approach and the water portal, and highlight some of its potential impacts for the future of environmental monitoring systems.
SPP Project LogoSocial Practices (SPP)
Description: The overall goal of this project is to explore and establish a better understanding of privacy in this highly-networked world. This page features the tools and workflow needed to accomplish such a task. We argue that while much has been written and discussed about privacy in various domains (e.g., law, psychology, economic behavior, security, etc.), it remains unclear what exactly is the privacy problem? Our aim is to reframe our own understanding of privacy by moving away from these traditional disjointed compartments of knowledge. Moreover, given the complexity, we advocate this research question as an exemplar for the value of combining efforts between human and machine. This project features tools, workflow(s) and best practices we've developed and implemented to accomplish such a task. This is and will be a work in progress. Any comments and or feedback are welcomed. Please email Kristine Gloria at glorim@rpi.edu for more information.
TW Website Project
Description: A semantically-powered Tetherless World Website running in the Drupal CMS. This combines many web standard technologies, including RDF, SPARQL, XSLT, and XHTML.
TWC schema.org Project LogoTWC Schema.org Vocabulary Development (TWC_Schemas)
Description: schema.org provides a collection of schemas — html tags — that webmasters can use to markup their pages in ways recognized by major search providers. Search engines including Bing, Google, Yahoo! and Yandex rely on this markup to improve the display of search results, making it easier for people to find the right web pages. Since early 2012 researchers at TWC RPI have been working with government and research data providers to define vocabularies for expressing the structured data that powers their web sites, using on-page markup based on schema.org vocabularies. In particular, we developed the schema.org/Dataset extension, a concise vocabulary that extends schema.org for describing datasets and data catalogs. Current work includes applying Dataset to scientific datasets and developing new extensions for use by Web Observatories
TW LogoTWC Web Observatory (WebObservatory)
Description: The Web Science Research Center at TWC RPI is working with other members of the Web Science Trust to create a global "Web Observatory". The global movement toward Open Data and transparency have successfully motivated the release of very large institutional and commercial data sets describing social phenomena, economic indicators and geographic trends. This proliferation of data represents great opportunity for researchers and industry but this data abundance also threatens to make it ever more difficult to locate, analyse, compare and interpret useful information in a consistent and reliable way; a situation which can only get worse unless we can help stakeholders perform useful analysis rather than drowning in a sea of data. A global Web Observatory will offer an institutional framework to promote the use of W3C and other standards in the development of Semantic Catalogues to globally locate existing data sets, Collection Systems to gather new global data sets, and Analytics Tools and methodologies to analyse these data sets.
DCO-DS LogoTheory and Practice of Accountable Systems (TPAS)
Description: The TPAS Project investigates computational and social properties of information networks necessary to provide reliable assessments of compliance with rules and policies governing the use of information.
Web Science Research Center (WSRC)
Description: Web Science is the study of the World Wide Web and its impact on both society and technology, positioning the Web as an object of scientific study unto itself. Web Science recognizes the Web as a transformational, disruptive technology; its practitioners study the Web, its components, facets and characteristics. Ultimately, Web Science is about understanding the Web and anticipating how it might evolve in the future.
Wineagent LogoWine Agent
Description: The Wine Agent represents knowledge of wines and foods and is a demonstration platform for a large variety of Semantic Web technologies in a rich domain and is derived from previous work in the field of reasoning systems.
Publications:
Yan, R., Greaves, M.T., Smith, W., and McGuinness, D.L. 2016. Remembering the Important Things: Semantic Importance in Stream Reasoning. In Proceedings of Stream Reasoning Workshop 2016 at International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC) 2016 (October 18 2016, Kobe, Japan).
McCusker, J. 2015. WebSig: A Digital Signature Framework for the Web.
Gloria, K. 2015. THE ECONOMICS OF SURVEILLANCE A Critical Exploration of Data Practices, Consumer Rights and the Future of Digital Economies. In Proceedings of Web Science Conference 2015 (June 28-July 1 2015, Oxford, UK).
Patton, E.W. and McGuinness, D.L. 2014. Toward Next Generation Integrative Semantic Health Information Assistants. In Proceedings of Expanding the Boundaries of Health Informatics using AI (HIAI14) (November 13-15 2014, Arlington, VA, USA), pages 39–46.
Erickson, J.S., Chastain, K., Patton, E.W., Fry, Z., Yan, R., and McGuinness, D.L. 2014. Identifying First Responder Communities Using Social Network Analysis (POSTER ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC) 2014 (October 19-23 2014, Riva del Garda, Trentino, Italy).
Patton, E.W. and McGuinness, D.L. 2014. Connecting Science Data Using Semantics and Information Extraction. In Proceedings of Linked Science 2014 at International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC) 2014 (October 19 2014, Riva del Garda, Trentino, Italy).
Ma, X., Zheng, J., Goldstein, J., Zednik, S., Fu, L., Duggan, B., Aulenbach, S., West, P., Tilmes, C., and Fox, P. 2014. Ontology engineering in provenance enablement for the National Climate Assessment. Environmental Modelling and Software, pages 191–205.
Erickson, J.S., Chastain, K., McCusker, J., Fry, Z., Yan, R., and McGuinness, D.L. 2014. Technical Report: Identifying First Responder Communities through Social Network Analysis of Disaster-Related Traffic.
Erickson, J.S., Gloria, K., and Hughes, G.N. 2014. Expanding Web Science Integration in an ITWS Curriculum. In Proceedings of Web Science Conference 2014 (June 23-26 2014, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, US).
Gloria, K. and Erickson, J.S. 2014. Studying Cybercrime: Raising Questions about Objectivity and Bias. In Proceedings of Web Science Conference 2014 (June 23-26 2014, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, US).
DiFranzo, D., Erickson, J.S., Gloria, K., McGuinness, D.L., and Luciano, J.S. 2014. Building Web Observatories for Health Web Science. In Proceedings of Web Science Conference 2014 (June 23-26 2014, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, US).
Poirier, L., DiFranzo, D., and Gloria, K. 2014. Light structure in the Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography. In Proceedings of Web Science Conference 2014 (June 23-26 2014, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, US).
DiFranzo, D., Erickson, J.S., Gloria, K., Luciano, J.S., McGuinness, D.L., and Hendler, J. 2014. The Web Observatory Extension: Facilitating Web Science Collaboration through Semantic Markup. In Proceedings of WWW 2014 (April 7-11 2014, Seoul, South Korea), pages 475–480.
Gloria, K., Erickson, J.S., Luciano, J.S., DiFranzo, D., and McGuinness, D.L. 2014. Legal and ethical considerations: step 1b in building a health web observatory. In Proceedings of WWW 2014 (April 7-11 2014, Seoul, South Korea), pages 1061–1066.
Zheng, J., Ma, X., and Fox, P. 2013. Semantic Similarity Computation and Concept Mapping in Earth and Environmental Science. In Proceedings of AGU Fall Meeting 2013 (December 9-13 2013, San Francisco, CA).
Ma, X., Branch, B., and Wegner, K. 2013. A Justification for Semantic Training in Data Curation Frameworks Development. In Proceedings of AGU Fall Meeting 2013 (December 9-13 2013, San Francisco, CA).
Ma, X., Fox, P., Narock, T., and Wilson, B. 2013. Call for Papers: Semantic eScience special issue in Earth Science Informatics journal. Earth Science Informatics
Erickson, J.S., Viswanathan, A., Shinavier, J., Shi, Y., and Hendler, J. 2013. Open Government Data: A Data Analytics Approach. IEEE Intelligent Systems, pages 19–23.
McCusker, J., Lebo, T., Krauthammer, M.O., and McGuinness, D.L. 2013. Next Generation Cancer Data Discovery, Access, and Integration Using Prizms and Nanopublications. In Proceedings of Ninth International Conference on Data Integration in the Life Sciences (July 11-12 2013, Montreal, Quebec).
Erickson, J.S., McCusker, J., McGuinness, D.L., Fry, Z., Chastain, K., and Yan, R. 2013. Technical Report: Requirements Gathering through First Responder Social Network Analysis.
Gloria, K., McGuinness, D.L., Luciano, J.S., and Zhang, Q. 2013. Exploration in Web Science: Instruments for Web Observatories. In Proceedings of WWW 2013 (May 13-17 2013, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil).
Gloria, K., Hendler, J., and McGuinness, D.L. 2013. Supporting a Web Science Education. In Proceedings of Web Science Conference 2013 (May 2-4 2013, Paris, France).
Gloria, K., Luciano, J.S., and McGuinness, D.L. 2013. Building Semantically-Enriched Web Observatories. In Proceedings of Web Science Conference 2013 (May 2-4 2013, Paris, France).
Fernando Navarro, M., DiFranzo, D., and Gloria, K. 2013. Multiple Truths of the Semantic Web. In Proceedings of Web Science Conference 2013 (May 2-4 2013, Paris, France).
McCusker, J., Lee, J., Thomas, C., and McGuinness, D.L. 2012. Public Health Surveillance Using Global Health Explorer. In Proceedings of SATBI+SWIM at ISWC 2012 (November 12 2012, Boston, MA).
Wang, P., Fu, L., Patton, E.W., McGuinness, D.L., Dein, J., and Bristol, S. 2012. Towards Semantically-enabled Exploration and Analysis of Environmental Ecosystems. In Proceedings of 8th IEEE International Conference on eScience (October 8-12 2012, Chicago, IL).
Lebo, T., Wang, P., Graves, A., and McGuinness, D.L. 2012. Towards Unified Provenance Granularities. In Proceedings of International Provenance and Annotation Workshop 2012 (June 18-22 2012, Santa Barbara, California).
Wang, P., Fu, L., Patton, E.W., McGuinness, D.L., Dein, J., and Bristol, S. 2012. SemantEco Extension for Natural Resource Managers.
Wang, P. 2012. Semantically Enabling Next Generation Environmental Informatics Portals.
Lebo, T., Erickson, J.S., Ding, L., Graves, A., Williams, G.T., DiFranzo, D., Li, X., Michaelis, J., Zheng, J., Flores, J., Shangguan, Z., McGuinness, D.L., and Hendler, J. Producing and Using Linked Open Government Data in the TWC LOGD Portal. In Linking Government Data, pages 51–72. New York, 2011. 10.1007/978-1-4614-1767-5_3
2011. Linking Government Data.
Wang, P., Zheng, J., Fu, L., Patton, E.W., Lebo, T., Ding, L., Luciano, J.S., and McGuinness, D.L. 2011. Next Generation Environmental Informatics as exemplified by the Tetherless World Semantic Water Quality Portal. In Proceedings of AGU Fall Meeting 2011 (December 5-9 2011).
Ma, X. 2011. Data exchange facilitated. Nature Geoscience, pages 814–814.
Lebo, T., Erickson, J.S., Graves, A., Williams, G.T., DiFranzo, D., Li, X., Michaelis, J., Zheng, J., Flores, J., Shangguan, Z., McGuinness, D.L., and Hendler, J. 2011. Producing and Using Linked Open Government Data in the TWC LOGD Portal. In Proceedings of AAAI Fall Symposium on Open Government Knowledge: AI Opportunities and Challenges 2011 (November 4-7 2011, Arlington VA).
Graves, A. 2011. A Case Study for Integrating Public Safety Data Using Semantic Technologies. , pages 261–275.
Patton, E.W., Wang, P., Zheng, J., Fu, L., Lebo, T., Ding, L., Liu, Q., Luciano, J.S., and McGuinness, D.L. 2011. Assessing Health Effects of Water Pollution Using a Semantic Water Quality Portal. In Proceedings of 10th International Semantic Web Conference (October 23-27 2011, Bonn, Germany).
Wang, P., Zheng, J., Fu, L., Patton, E.W., Lebo, T., Ding, L., Liu, Q., Luciano, J.S., and McGuinness, D.L. 2011. A Semantic Portal for Next Generation Monitoring Systems. In Proceedings of 10th International Semantic Web Conference (October 23-27 2011, Bonn, Germany).
Ma, X. 2011. A SKOS-based multilingual thesaurus of geological time scale for interoperability of online geological maps. Computers & Geosciences, pages 1602–1615.
Zheng, J., Wang, P., Patton, E.W., Lebo, T., Luciano, J.S., and McGuinness, D.L. 2011. A Semantically-Enabled Provenance-Aware Water Quality Portal. In Proceedings of the Environmental Information Management Conference 2011 (September 28-29 2011, Santa Barbara, CA, USA).
Wang, P., Zheng, J., Fu, L., Patton, E.W., Lebo, T., Ding, L., Liu, Q., Luciano, J.S., and McGuinness, D.L. 2011. TWC-SWQP: A Semantic Portal for Next Generation Environmental Monitoring (Technical Report).
Ding, L., Michaelis, J., McCusker, J., and McGuinness, D.L. 2011. Linked provenance data: A semantic Web-based approach to interoperable workflow traces. Future Generation Computer Systems, pages 797–805.
Li, X., Bao, J., and Hendler, J. 2011. Fundamental Analysis Powered by Semantic Web. In Proceedings of IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence for Financial Engineering & Economics 2011 at IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence 2011 (April 11-15 2011).
Fox, P. and Hendler, J. 2011. Changing the Equation on Scientific Data Visualization. Science Magazine, pages 705–708.
Bao, J., Ding, L., and Hendler, J. 2009. Collective Cognition with Semantic Mediawiki: Lessons and Experiences. In Proceedings of 1st ITA Workshop on Network-Enabled Cognition (September 22 2009).
Yang, Z., Zhang, J., Tao, J., and Gay, R. 2005. Characterizing Services Composeability and OWL-S based Services Composition. In Proceedings of GCC 2005 (November 30-December 3 2005, Beijing, China).

Presentations:
Bennett, K., Erickson, J., De Los Santos, H., Norris, S., Patton, E., Sheehan, J., & McGuinness, D. (December 5, 2016). Data Analytics as Data: A Semantic Workflow Approach. In: The 13th Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS)
Fox, P. (October 23, 2016). Data Science for Every Student at RPI. In: World of Watson 2016
Ma, X., Erickson, J., West, P., Zednik, S., & Fox, P. (December 17, 2015). Semantic Specification of Data Type Information in the Deep Carbon Observatory Data Portal. In: AGU Fall meeting 2015
Gloria, K., & Erickson, J. (June 29, 2015). RPI ITWS Capstone Project: A Tale of Two Teams. In: Web Science Conference 2015
Ma, X. (November 4, 2014). Why Data Science Matters. In: SciDataCon2014
Erickson, J., Chastain, K., Patton, E., Fry, Z., Yan, R., & McGuinness, D. (October 19, 2014). Identifying First Responder Communities Using Social Network Analysis (POSTER). In: International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC) 2014
Weaver, J., Chappell, A., Smith, W., Purohit, S., Fox, P., West, P., & Lee, B. (September 15, 2014). Resource Discovery for Extreme Scale Collaboration.
Ma, X., Chen, Y., Wang, H., West, P., Erickson, J., & Fox, P. (February 19, 2014). Technologies and Functionalities of the Platform for Linked Science of the Deep Carbon Observatory Community. In: DCO Early Career Scientist Workshop
Zheng, J., Ma, X., Zednik, S., & Fox, P. (January 8, 2014). Semantic Similarity Computation and Concept Mapping in Earth and Environmental Science . In: ESIP Winter Meeting 2014
Di Stefano , M., & Di Leo, M. (December 13, 2013). AGU-2013-H52E02-MDS.ipynb. In: AGU Fall Meeting 2013
Erickson, J. (September 19, 2013). Intro to Web Science.
Patton, E. (September 11, 2013). Accessing Linked Data with Collustra. In: TWeD Talk: Introduction to Collustra Visual SPARQL Editor
Ma, X., Zheng, J., Goldstein, J., Fu, L., Aulenbach, S., Tilmes, C., & Fox, P. (July 11, 2013). A use case-driven iterative method for building a provenance-aware GCIS ontology.
Tilmes, C., Duggan, B., Aulenbach, S., Goldstein, J., Buddenberg, A., Fox, P., Ma, X., Zheng, J., & Fu, L. (July 11, 2013). Global Change Information System. In: ESIP Federation Summer Meeting 2013
Ma, X., Zheng, J., Goldstein, J., Aulenbach, S., Tilmes, C., & Fox, P. (July 9, 2013). Ontology engineering for provenance enablement in the third National Climate Assessment. In: ESIP Federation Summer Meeting 2013
Gloria, K., DiFranzo, D., Fernando Navarro, M., & Hendler, J. (May 2, 2013). The Performativity of Data: Re-conceptualizing the Web of Data. In: Web Science Conference 2013
McGuinness, D. (April 19, 2013). Semantic Enablers for Next Generation Data Environments: Environmental and Disaster Data Focus.
Erickson, J., McCusker, J., Fry, Z., Yan, R., Chastain, K., & McGuinness, D. (March 6, 2013). First Responders Social Network Requirements Methodology. In: TWeD Discussion: Exploring Avenues for Research in Web Science
Ma, X., Chen, Y., Wang, H., West, P., Erickson, J., & Fox, P. (March 3, 2013). Data Management Plans for the Deep Carbon Observatory: What, Why and How?. In: DCO International Science Meeting
Zednik, S., Zednik, S., Tilmes, C., Fox, P., Goldstein, J., Ma, X., & Zheng, J. (January 8, 2013January 8, 2013). Global Change Information System: Information Model and Semantic Application Prototypes (GCIS-IMSAP): Status 01-08-2013. In: ESIP Federation Winter 2013 Meeting
Tilmes, C. (January 8, 2013). Global Change Information System. In: ESIP Federation Winter 2013 Meeting
Zheng, J., Tilmes, C., Zednik, S., Ma, X., & Fox, P. (December 7, 2012). Modeling and Representing National Climate Assessment Information using Linked Data. In: AGU Fall Meeting 2012
Di Stefano , M., Fox, P., Beaulieu, S., Maffei, A., West, P., & Hare, J. (December 7, 2012). Enabling the Integrated Assessment of Large Marine Ecosystems: Informatics to the Forefront of Science-Based Decision Support. In: AGU Fall Meeting 2012
West, P., Fox, P., Spear, F., Adali, S., Nguyen, C., Hallett, B., & Horkley, K. (December 7, 2012). Semantically Enabling Knowledge Representation of Metamorphic Petrology Data. In: AGU Fall Meeting 2012
Fox, P., Wee, B., West, P., Wilson, J., Zednik, S., & Wang, H. (December 6, 2012). NEON non-specialist use case; science data reuse in a classroom. In: AGU Fall Meeting 2012
Luciano, J. (November 11, 2012). Understanding Recovery as a Mechanism for Individualized Treatment Selection in Major Depressive Disorder: A case study.. In: Joint Workshop on Semantic Technologies Applied to Biomedical Informatics and Individualized Medicine 2012 at ISWC 2012
Rozell, E. (November 2, 2012). Summary of Two+Nine Semantic Search.
Ma, X., & Fox, P. (July 18, 2012). Beyond an image: using ontology and visualization to enrich Web Map Service for geosciences. In: ESIP Federation Summer 2012 Meeting
Zheng, J., & Wang, P. (December 16, 2011). Semantic Water Quality Portal. In: Advanced Semantic Technologies Class Spring 2011
Patton, E., West, P., Greer, R., & Jin, B. (December 7, 2011). Publishing and Editing of Semantically-Enabled Scientific Metadata Across Multiple Web Platforms: Challenges and Experiences. In: AGU Fall Meeting 2011
McGuinness, D., McGuinness, D., & McGuinness, D. (October 24, 2011October 24, 2011October 24, 2011). Ontologies Come Of Age: The Next GenerationOntologies Come of Age: The Next Generation. In: OCAS: Ontologies come of Age in the Semeantic Web at 10th International Semantic Web Conference
McGuinness, D., Zheng, J., Wang, P., Patton, E., Luciano, J., & Lebo, T. (September 28, 2011). A Semantically-Enabled Provenance-Aware Water Quality Portal.
Zednik, S. (September 23, 2011). Linked Data Practices for the Geospatial Community. In: GEOSS Climate Workshop 2011
Wang, P., Zheng, J., Fu, L., Patton, E., Lebo, T., Ding, L., Luciano, J., & McGuinness, D. (July 25, 2011). TWC-SWQP: A Semantically-Enabled Provenance-Aware Water Quality Portal .
Ding, L., Whalen, R., McGuinness, D., & Contractor, N. (June 15, 2011). Government Agency Network Discovery via Hyperlinks and Datalinks. In: Web Science Conference 2011
Michaelis, J., Zednik, S., West, P., Fox, P., & McGuinness, D. (December 16, 2010). Extending eScience Provenance with User-Submitted Semantic Annotations, Abstract IN43C-08. In: AGU Fall Meeting 2010
Patton, E., West, P., Rozell, E., & Zheng, J. (December 9, 2010). A Modular Framework for Transforming Structured Data into HTML with Machine Readable Annotations. In: AGU Fall Meeting 2010
West, P., Fox, P., McGuinness, D., & Zednik, S. (December 14, 2009). Social and Personal Factors in Semantic Infusion Projects. In: AGU Fall Meeting 2009
McGuinness, D., Ding, L., Pinheiro, P., Chang, C., Michaelis, J., Tao, J., Glass, A., & Rio, N. (June 11, 2008). Inference Web: Enabling Accountable Web Applications. In: Tetherless World Constellation Launch
Ding, L., Tao, J., & McGuinness, D. (June 11, 2008). Evaluating Semantic Web Instance Data. In: Tetherless World Constellation Launch
McGuinness, D., Glass, A., Wolverton, M., Pinheiro, P., & Chang, C. (June 11, 2008). Explainable Adaptive Assistants. In: Tetherless World Constellation Launch